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to formally recognize the first 10 days of may as asian-pacific heritage week. one year later, president jimmy carter signed into law a joint resolution to officially designate the annual celebration. 11 years later, president george bush extended the weeklong celebration to an entire month. you know and i know that our mothers say that every day is asian pacific american day. i want to recognize all of the milestones the api has made in the state of california and in the entire country. the caucus has a record of 42 members in the asian caucus in congress. one of their very first things we want to say is it was a young man who was the first member -- we want to make note of that. the reestablishment of the white house initiative by president obama was another accomplishment. president obama's cabinets has dr. steven chu. the very first asian-american -- as ambassador to the republic of china. we have a lot of accomplishments. it was not that accident, my friends. everyone of you know that you work hard. all these things are done on purpose. i want to let you know that we also can boast twice
>>> welcome to nhk world "newsline." >>> a magnitude 7.6 earthquake haus occurred in the pacific off the east coast of philippines. pa pink warning center initially estimated the magnitude at 7.9, but later downgraded it to 7.6. the center has issued a tsunami warning for the following regions -- indonesia, the philippines, a palau. a tsunami watch is in effect for japan. people staying in coastal areas in the region are advised to move to high ground as soon as possible. the focus of the earthquake is estimated as a depth of 33 kilometers in the pacific ocean. once again a magnitude 7.6 has occurred in the pacific office at 1245 utc on friday. the pacific warning center initially estimated the magnitude at 7.9, but later downgraded it to 7.6. the center has issued a tsunami warning for the following regions, indonesia, the philippines and palau. a tsunami watch is also in effect for japan. people staying in coastal areas in the region are advised to move to higher ground as soon as possible. tsunami waves are more powerful, sometimes the first wave is not necessarily the largest
evening. we gather tonight in celebration of asian-pacific heritage month. we take a moment to reflect upon our past, to understand the heroic struggles, obstacles, hardships that so many people, including this evening's tremendous honor read, had to overcome. this is a very special place. norm gave me the good fortune of putting my feet to the marble in the halls of congress. we will give the opportunity to 20 interns this summer so that they can partake in the greatest democracy that has ever resided on this planet. this is also a tremendous significance as congressmen alluded to. this is the home were people left when i came to this country, when they had to leave the fields of california from farming. that applies to the filipinos and two others. they set foot in san francisco. a generation upon generation, of residence of san francisco had to endure the struggles and have made this city a very special place. i am very excited about the leadership that presides over san francisco today. mayor lee, supervisor chiu, mar, chu, and we had the treasurer. this ought to be a moment in whi
to the way the united states was able to pursue the pacific war in the year after pearl harbor. shortly after the end of the guadalcanal campaign which was 1943, a correspondent named eugene burns wrote a very good contemporary book called "then there was one." and that title refer today the fact that at the height of the guadalcanal campaign, which was the most closely-fought air/sea/land campaign in the war, only enterprise remained afloat of our six carriers that had combat in the pacific in 1942. the only other survivor was uss saratoga which sustained heavy battle damage on two occasions and, therefore, missed almost the entirety of that year. so considering that ed stafford wrote a 200,000-word or book about the enterprise, what is it that here 50 years later warrants another one? and i think there's a couple of reasons. number one, stafford's book is superb on the aviation aspects of the various unions, the squadrons that rotated enterprise during the entire war. but he's told me in a couple of e-mails that he wished he had been able to write a longer book -- and it took him five years
of immigrants such as southeast asians and pacific islanders. >> it takes 7 years for a student to build the english proefficiency. we don't want student's education disrupted. so educational system is our core and responsibility to make sure that that bilingual needs are being met so the educational process is not interrupted. the lau decision impacted schools across the country. for more than 1800 chinese-american children considered in 1973. the decision has also know cited in many language access cases including voter information and ballot information. thanks to those who pursued the la ukase in the 77's students can be multili multilingual. individual bilingualeducation. org. kerny street workshops began as a community teaching space inside the international hotel. after the evictions they relocated but kept their name and community spirit. during the 80's and 90's ksw curated the american jazz festiv festiv festival. it's gallery feature artists and host of the annual ground breaking festival. they remain within the community. kerny street is still home with people can express wha
celebration and recognition of asian-pacific islander american heritage month. this event is hosted by the mayor. i will tell you a little bit more. it is a non-profit, non- partisan. since 2001, our focus has been on educating the public on public policy. and fostering the future leaders from our minority communities to serve at federal, state, and local levels. the mission is to empower patients and pacific islander americans in civic and public affairs to education, active participation, and leadership development. >> civic engagement, leadership development, and community servthe theme of tonight's evens a celebration of the achievements and accomplishments of asian-americans in the state of california and our nation. >> ok'ing. -- ok. i would like to introduce our host for this evening. very well known as the first asian-american mayor in san francisco history. mayor lee championed balancing the budget to keep san francisco safe, solvents, and successful. he reformed city pensions. his focus is on economic development, job creation, and building san francisco's future. a great
was essential to the way the united states was able to pursue the pacific war after pearl harbor. shortly after the end of the guadalcanal campaign which was early 43 and the correspondent wrote a very good contemporary book that title referred to the fact at the heart of the canal can pay and which was the closely fought campaign in the pacific war enterprise was in our carriers combat in the pacific in 1922 the only other survivor was the uss saratoga which sustained on two occasions and therefore miss to the entirety for that year of years later couple reasons. number one, stafford's book is superb on the aviation aspects of the various unions, the squadrons that go through the enterprise during the entire war but he's told in a couple of e-mails he wished that they had been able to write a longer book and a road to the cut took him five years to write this one that would include more of the ship's company with with the navy called white hats, the steelers between them and the commission officers and the sheep petty officers who need the ship work and consequently, i wanted to devote a good
of environment-related goods. welcome to nhk world "newsline." members of the asia-pacific economic cooperation forum are making it easier to buy and sell technology that generates renewable energy. foreign and trade ministers from 21 economies are meeting in vladivostok in russia's far east. they've agreed to reduce tariffs on a host of environment-related products. nhk world has the latest from vladivostok and in an in-depth look at how russia is expanding its footprint in the asia-pacific region. >> reporter: they've released a communique after the second day of talks. they have agreed to reduce tariffs on 54 environment-related products, not only solar panels but wind-powered technology and machines that convert waste into energy. the discussions on this topic took more time than expected. china's delegates initially opposed the agreement over fears the import of solar panels from abroad could hinder their domestic industry. ministers also agreed to combat trade protectionism. they say low economic growth means it's even more urgent to keep markets open. russian leaders trying to use the ap
the apec summit over the next five days. we'll also be taking a closer look at russia's asia-pacific strategy. nhk world's kaori nagao spoke to us earlier from vladivostok. >> reporter: hello, gene. the meeting happening here on russky island. what you see behind me is the bridge that spans the eastern bosphorous strait and connects here and also central vladivostok. apec foreign and trade ministers have started talks on wednesday. they discussed how to stabilize the food supply in the face of a global surge in grain prices. they agree to refrain from export controls and other protectionist measures. the ministers talked about apec's plan to lower tariffs on fast growing environmental related products to less than 5% by 2015. however, they couldn't agree on which products should get tariffs cuts. they'll continue that discussion on thursday. russian leaders began pushing to hold the summit here in vladivostok after joining the group in 1998. the city is the country's main gateway to markets in the asia-pacific region. and i had a look around vladivostok to see how it changed in leadi
war ii. he said the navy in world war ii and immediately turns the pacific because that's really where the action was if your naval officer or enlisted man in 1942. "neptune's inferno" takes on a six month long campaign that i think most will since the consensus emerge, the guadalcanal is truly the turning point in the 50. midway of course is crucial, the battle of midway fire two months before the race went ashore on guadalcanal. it was a push towards hawaii for japanese fleet carries her son, pilots and air crew and the those losses plus the ability really to undertake new offensive operations into expanded massive civic perimeter. when it did go for ice, for america isn't open the way the first time to go on the offensive. now the joint chiefs that, in fact the combined chiefs of data from the british and american high command face a number of options of where to take the offensive against the action. all through 1942 is much talk of the strategy, the world by strategy of europe first. president roosevelt commended himself to it, to strengthen the alliance and maintain the confidenc
and a number of other credible labs all prove federal pacific breakers are not reliable. >> this is a federal pacific breaker? >> how does it fail? watch closely. we had a federal pacific circuit breaker tested at this lab in berkeley. >> we started -- >> it's a 60 amp breaker. the same as you find in many homes. we doubled the current rated the handle, that means it should trip in less than two minutes. >> we're at 1:10 now, and there's smoke coming out of the breaker. there's definite smoke coming out. >> the lab cutaway some of the plastic siding so you can have a closer look. the change will not alter the functionality of the breaker. >> we're almost four minutes in, it's smoking and it hasn't tripped. why not? >> because the mechanical mechanism that is supposed to be tripping the breaker is stuck. >> it raises many questions. how can a circuit breaker pass federal inspections and receive this ul stamp of approval. and how did a known defective product get into millions of homes. >> they were cheating on the testing and applying the label to a product that was defective and did not meet
with your loved ones. in the middle of pacific heights, on top of these hills, it offers a great square, a peaceful beauty, large trees and grass and greenery. it features tables and benches, a playground, restaurants, and tennis courts. there are plenty of areas for football and picnics. it is very much a couple's park. there are many activities you can experience together. stroll on the pathways, bring your dog, or just picnic at one of the many tables and enjoy all that it has to offer together. many couples find this is a perfect park to throw down a blanket and soak up the sun. it is a majestic place that you can share with someone you chairs. lafayette park is also easily accessed from the 47, 49, and 90 buses. it is ada accessible. we are here at the historic palace of fine art in the marina district. originally built for the 1950's exposition, the palace is situated on san francisco's number waterfront. it is ada accessible and is reached by the 28, 30, and 91 bus lines. set against the reflecting waters of the lagoon and eucalyptus trees, the palace is one of san francisco post
pacific railroad. in july of 1871, moran traveled by train to utah, where just two years earlier, the union pacific and the cel pacific had linked to form the first transcontinental railway. he joined hayden's party in montana. they proceeded to fort ellis and soon entered the fabled region of yellowstone. moran worked closely with the expedition photographer, william henry jackson. together they selected the most impressive views. moran made drawings and watercolor sketches, blocking in forms d contours, quickly noting the colors of the terrain and the sulfurous deposits for which yellowstone is named. back in newark, new jersey, moran began what he termed his "big picture," "the grand canyon of the yellowstone." for moran, the spiritual, natural and aesthetic realms should blend to create a great impression. to that end, he combined different points of view into one dramatic panorama. moran explained, the precipitous rocks on the right were really at my back when i stood at that point. yet in their present position, they are strictly true to pictorial nature. my aim was to brin
flame. >> reporter: he blame a faulty circumstance breaker. a federal pacific stab lock breaker. >> i've seen so many fires. so many places burned by these panels. it is frightening to me every time i see it over and over again. >> reporter: circuit breakers are design to prevent fires. when working properly, they stop the flow of electricity following excessive demand or a short circuit. today, the federal pefk circuit breakers are in millions of homes nationwide including hundreds of thousands of bay area houses. they're most commonly found in homes built before 1990. >>> the breaker is a safety device that is supposed to prevent fires. if it doesn't work as required, you get an increased rick of fire. >> reporter: jesse is an expert on federal pacific circuit breakers. he is an engineer. he spem more than 20 years researching the problem and he has testified in lawsuits against the now defunct company. >> there is no inconsistency and no dispute as to the fact they're defective. >> reporter: he said tests by the consumer product safety commission and a number of other credible labs
, some are aboard ships. probable 4,000 in japan. so we never left the pacific. the pacific is kind of our home. we have been there for a long time. we have a lot of experience on every island all the way from new zealand all the way to the solomons. and i was celebrating the landing at the canal. this is an area we are very familiar with. so as the president has reoriented the strategy towards the pacific and i think it is the right thing to do, we are kind of turning back to an area that probably we understand. we bring a lot to that part of the world. navy partners on board navy ships. quite honestly we can partner with any nation. we don't need a base of operations. we can operate off the ship or come ashore with a low footprint. we intend to capitalize on that as we ship our forces coming out of afghanistan and end up with 22,000 marines west of the international "dateline." let me make a comment on the pacific and the important tabs of it. it has always been important to our nation. we are a pacific nation. the president says that. secretary of defense just said that this week
a seven-day strike. >>> and festive finale. william and kate wrap up their south pacific tour in william and kate wrap up their south pacific tour in traditional island style. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. welcome to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with trouble on the trail. a new nbc news-wall street journal poll shows mitt romney falling behind in the presidential race, and that was before news of his secretly recorded videotape dismissing nearly half of american voters. nbc's tracie potts joins us live from washington. she has more on all of this. tracie, good morning to you. >> reporter: our polls have the latest numbers, president obama five points ahead of mitt romney. this as romney tries to bounce back from what he said on tape last spring. here is what mitt romney was secretly recorded saying last may about the 40% of americans who don't believe in taxes. >> who believe they're entitled to health care, housing, food, you name it. my job is not to worry about those people
of the article in the paper this morning that left a lot of unanswered questions. the puc and the pacific rod and gun club. the lease calls for 4 acres, so they have been squatting on additional 10 acres. here is another thing that has never been brought up. the rod and gun club has zone off about eight or 9 acres of water. you should also be mindful that 's, let's san francisco police department, who has a shooting range, also shot over the water. for safety reasons, at city hall terminated that practice. hé-ñthe question sty was the police department shutdown? and not the pacific broad and gun club? at the time, this commission did not have jurisdiction. or was not implementing their jurisdiction. it was the rec and park department. that question should be answered. what we are most fearful of is for the 14 acres, they will be rewarded with a new lease. i would like to call your attention, we have talked about this in the past, and page 14 e> clear that the current storage facilities is inadequate. the downstairs is no longer meets the needs of the rowing clubs. the rowing clubs have bee
to the jobs you are going to be doing. there are tremendous opportunities that are out there. asian-pacific american heritage week is a time for all of us to be able to show the majority community what we are capable of doing. it is also a time when people in the asian pacific american community are learning about each other. many people say that the united states should be a melting pot. i did not believe in the melting pot theory. when you have a melting pot, you put all the ingredients into the bowl, stir it up, and everybody loses their identity. in the asian pacific american community, there are over 150 languages, religions, cultures, everything you can think of. we do not want to lose that identity of our own history regardless of where our forefathers have come from. i want everybody to be proud to of the language of their forbearers, the religion, the history, the culture, and the arts. again, i do not want us to lose our identity and the community in this great nation. again, thank you very much to the members of the boards for this wonderful gift bestowed upon me, and let's go ah
.s. president barack obama has changed strategy with a new focus on the asia pacific region. security analysts say he has got his eye on the increasing military presence of china. japanese and australian personnel have responded by reinforcing cooperation. they want maintain stability in the region. so they've agreed to work together on things like peacekeeping operations and disaster relief. >> translator: the security situation in the asia-pacific region has changed. we've succeeded in achieving common vision. >> this two plus two meeting, the governments of australia and japan, have reaffirmed a commitment to strengthening these partnerships. >> reporter: the ministers discussed how to supply japan's defense forces and australian defense force. the two sides reached an agreement two years ago on how to support personnel when working together. but japanese lawmakers haven't approved the deal. still, japanese leaders have promised to expand their role in security across the region. and they say they'll do the working side by side. mari sakamoto, nhk world, sydney. >>> the australians are enco
are competing to use the new media to attract swing voters. >>> leaders from across the asia pacific region say they see putting up more walls between them. they are expected to agree to refrain from further protectionism until the end of 2015. their ministers have agreed to cut tariffs on solar panels and 53 other green products. the leaders of countries in the asia-pacific economic cooperation forum will meet over the weekend in vladivostok, russia. they are expected to approve initiatives toward integrating the region's economies. they'll focus on liberalizing trade and investment. the leaders are expected to agree not to restrict food exports. extreme weather has affected crops worldwide, and that's driving up prices. they'll promote agricultural investments in an effort to improve productivity. the leaders are expected to examine regional supply chains, too. the earthquake and tsunami last year in northern japan and flooding in thailand disrupted production in a number of industries. apec leaders are expected to include all of these efforts in a joint declaration at the end of their meetin
of all allied american forces in the southwest pacific. the pacific starts to go with low after the battle of midway we are moving across the pacific from the guadalcanal, scion and when he left the philippines, macarthur had made a pledge to the philippine people on a shelf return cities pressuring roosevelt to approve the invasion deliberate the philippines. the navy is dead set against this and again, admiral king and the pacific commander believe that by continuing the leapfrog across the pacific japan can be surrounded and can be economically strangled, which obviates the need for an invasion now would result in a bloodbath on the beaches of japanese islands. but macarthur again a brazen individual warrants of the hour. roosevelt is running for the fourth term as president, and he wants that if roosevelt does not approve the liberation of the philippine people this is going to cost the election. whether it for that reason recombination of other reasons, roosevelt again comes to mcarthur's defense and approves the invasion of the philippines which is very costly and which hi
're just getting word now of a major earthquake off the pacific coast of costa rica which in itself at 7.6 is significant, but it's the tsunami warning as well for much of the caribbean that may be even more significant. let me bring in my colleague, chad meyers, who is live with this. give me all you can with such little information that we're getting officially what this can mean that are pfor that region. >> it's truly all over the map what we've heard about this earthquake. 7 miles deep, 4 miles deep. off the coast, tsunami warning canceled, tsunami warning for the pacific. that's still valid, so i think things are still shaking out here literally. the coast is right here. a very popular area when if comes coututo tourists. not too many people live here, only 1500 residents, but it was only 20 miles from that town. it it's about 70 miles to san jose. we were seeing buildings rattling, literally. there is still damage that can happen even that close. there's some of the video right there. there you go. shaking there. and that is far away. that's almost 100 miles away considering you a
.6 earthquake struck off coast ka resta reeic. officials ish ued a tsunami warning. it occurred at the pacific ocean on wednesday. the epicenter was 141 kilometers off the coast of the capital, san jose. the focus is estimated to be 40 kilometers deep. the earthquake damaged building in the capital and it knocked out power and telephone service in some areas. a costa rican television station broadcast video of people fleeing a shopping center and hospital right after the quake struck. it cut water supplies in some locations. some people are having difficulty getting information about the earthquake. >>> there was a brief scare at france's oldest nuclear plant. steam leaked out during routine maintenance, but the operator says no radioactivity leaked from the facility. the leak occurred at the hauh hin complex in eastern france. spokesperson for the operator say hydrogen and peroxide water generated a burst of steam in a chemical reaction. they say the work was being carried out in a separate facility away from reactors. officials from the plant union say two workers were slightly burned. in ap
from the cool pacific oceans sell with light winds to allow former chemistry is the bottom line warm-up begins on thursday. temperatures are close to average but when the winds go like this went to warm up and many view and wit in his thoughts will likely add 90 degrees close to that tomorrow the with that flow from the ocean for one more day for degrees below average in oakland and san jose 78 tomorrow for fremont's and conquered 85 degrees 9 is likely thursday through saturday inland's and approaching a degrees close to the day for thursday friday and saturday before we cool off a bet on sunday. the of weight x was a to cbs 5 with the,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] this is the story of joycelin... [ joycelin ] it was a typical morning. i was getting ready for work, and then i got this horrible headache, and then i blacked out. [ female announcer ] ...who thought she had reached the end of her story. [ joycelin ] the doctor told me i had two brain aneurysms and that one of them had ruptured. [ female announcer ] fortunately, she was treated at sutter health's california pacif
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off of the pacific tonight but it should not get too far inland. he will probably see the fog and go into the north bay as well. here are the temperatures right now. tonight it will be clear skies most places tomorrow morning will see fog and cloud cover. in tomorrow the sunny skies with core temperatures. >> we do have a weather system that is in eastern oregon. that brings some showers in to the north eastern portion of california. that will send some clouds into our area. we may have some wins from the north that will help keep the fog at a minimum this is fog tracker 4 karen by the time nine to 10:00 comes around you will see the fog moved toward the coast. here are monday afternoon highs. >> here is the 7 day around the bay forecast. the beginning of the week gets cooler but at the end of the week we will see more sunshine and higher temperatures. >>vicki: crime for gives you the best feed once again. it'll be the blue angel slide presented by cheap. -- jeep. >> >>stanley: tammy i seem to have that effect of people. -- coming up i seem to have that effect on people i will show
in the pacific heights if you blocks away police say it came to an end in the western area. >>> the intersection at hazen buchanan was like a wrecking yard. a driver trapped in a smashed car after getting slammed by suspects getaway vehicle. a high-speed chase started over a mile away. did we its there was a lone female that was walking and suspects stole her i've had into took off in a car the vehicle description was very good. it noted the license of a silver mercedes as you the spotted quickly by a patrol car. the vehicle did not stop and began running through stop signs as the police cars were pursuing with the lights and sirens. during the chase the suspect sideswiped a cbs five been repent note was about to cover a story on the epidemic of straight bonds and other electronics. >>> and although it does not look like damage right now the photographers say it shook so badly it felt like an earthquake they say this suspect sped down hayes street. >>> it slammed into the side of the ban on an vaporized it was the craziest thing ever. no billboard clausen and metal flu is on the degree hitting
, are very concerned about chinese mobilization. they want the u.s. involved to back the asian pacific. at the same time, the chinese government because of china's strength and leverage, they want to be tough, particularly when chinese public opinion is very critical about the government approach. therefore, they argue that the south china sea is a core interest for china. they want to see it defended aggressively. >> the u.s. is deploying more military hardware to the pacific, which has upset the chinese. is it all a struggle for influence? >> not only for invalids, but also resources, as china becomes very important. although, some of the things are exaggerated in western media because china still has a long way to go. but there is tension escalating for both governments and both governments should be careful to determine which way is the right one. the asia-pacific region is so big. we should have a long-term vision to talk about cooperation, rather than engaging this arms race rather than attention, and maybe even war in that region. >> thank you for helping us understand why that
needs new zealand as part of its strategy re-engaging with pacific nations. >> one of the elements of the strategy, the defense strategy that we put in place is aimed at trying to develop a rotational presence by the united states in this area that involves greater exercises, greater training, greater systems with the countries in this region and as i mentioned to the minister, i hope that we will be able to engage in those kinds of exercises in the near future. i think it would be beneficial. >> the expansion of china's armed forces is what concerns washington. although official chinese spending is far behind, the americans believe the truth is much higher. this week, a intelligent of american marines leaves northern australia after a six-month stay. another sign of closer u.s. ties in the region. those marines will be back here next year in greater numbers. all parts of an incremental and unmistakable pattern of a growing american presence in the pacific. >> leon panetta was treated to a -- during his visit to new zealand. the united states is putting the pacific to the top of it
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showed no restraint in the capacity to kill americans. who knows the pacific war was a cordial. and the bloody place. but mailer didn't see the war as he thought absently the war was justified against him but he wasn't so sure against japan. he thought that was an exercise among americans to spread about in the pacific. you don't have to agree with that but mailer was a vet. he was at nokia sake five or six weeks after the atomic bomb was dropped. you may not like them but that was his take on the war, and think about a minute. he must've thought as he wrote it, and it would sell. i don't think "the naked and the dead" would sell today even if those 250 pages. it was a critical approach to the war. james jones wrote a trilogy, three novels, from here to eternity, i'm sure some of you remember the movie. i'll remember burt lancaster. but if he took the time to read the book, and not watch burt lancaster chasing debra carr, you would find out that that was a book that was sort of critical. what he was trying to say in the book is that there was an inherent interest in and attract
in sunnyvale. it is going to be chilly with 40s across this board tonight. anner level low across the pacific. you can see it there. this is stalled out. it is a cool pool of air hanging out across the pacific. what we have is strong on-shore flow and that will be with us the next couple of days. as i mentioned earlier the upper 80s today and lower 80s tomorrow and tuesday. and that wind from the ocean will start to rev up to places like livermore, concord, danville, in the upper 80s today. in the lower 80s, even san jose to the 70s. it will feel like fall as we head to the next couple of days. as i mentioned, six days away now. with we are counting downum tomorrow morning in santa rosa 47 degrees. 49 napa. 51 in concord to start the day. tomorrow not bad. comfortable reading for this time of the year. this is hatchactually where we d be. cooler at the water. she city by the bay 64 in san francisco. tomorrow we are expecting to see widespread fog at least for the first half of the day and then the afternoon will clear out and you will notice the three-day forecast shows warming because that c
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65 and pacific and 78 degrees in some redwood city. numbers: off a little bit this week nothing dramatic. if you want dramatic have a traffic. >>> there is a we opened dumbarton bridge this morning sun no issues there. so far everything this pretty quiet right now. a lot of fog of this morning heading into san francisco's the watch of for that. and was bound traffic moving fine on highway 4. >>> members of this and has a family of injured after a one aircraft accident at south the tahoe. it happened yesterday morning after the family to two jet skis at the whole arena on such short of the tahoe. the justice each killing a parent and child collided on the lake in the most seriously injured his inaugural girl who was flown to hospital and reno. san francisco's supervisors are expected to be hearing in the coming weeks concerning the health the san francisco law. the king will be to look into accusations of some employees are keeping money that should go for health coverage. the mayor and state assemblyman it will hold a news conference this morning to update the public on what has
shooting range. the san francisco chronicle reports this deadline for the pacific brought in gun club to vacate has been suspended indefinitely. the car was set to be evicted last month when it failed to set a new agreement with the city. will take aim on the we did forecast as things look very nice at least when viewed from the tri valley camp. as the sun sinks slowly and it was this numbers ,,,,,,,,,, >>> ahead and make sure this sunday in fact his was doing what is supposed to be doing. that is a beautiful shot. there's some high clouds and you have to come more to the coast for the loan clubs. the clubs are putting a little mist on the list. we had to a truce did that nevertheless reflected some more reading is out in the east bay would numbers reached almost 90 degrees. san francisco was only 62 degrees. right now, could still at 82. what one has 61 at the airport. prices then rose a right now all in the '70s. little bit of a cooling trend. we will go in midweek warm-up after a couple days. lots of sunshine around the bay area. if you go and live it'll still be in the '80s just t
. the traditional reporting program lets race into four categories. a white, black, asian, pacific islander. people of hispanic origin may be of any race or so they are found in each of the categories as hispanic is a ethnicity and not a race. we have been correctly reporting for the guidelines as far as race reporting lead to our data collection and have a category for hispanics. we are able to capture through the booking system at the jail. to extract ethnicity information, depending on what the commission would like to see, reporting information to those bodies, it would remain the same as we give them what they asked for. internally, to the police department and the pleasure of the commission, if you like to see any ethnicity broken out, the new world system has 19 different ethnicities on top of the four races with about known. and you'll be able to do that for you. the one thing about the cable system, for whatever reason they used a sea to report asia and pacific islanders. when we contact, we merely informed them to just -- that indicates occasion. the director is going to work to change it
eastern/9:00 a.m. pacific on fox. and a couple games to keep your eye on include tony romo and the cowboys trying to ride the chicken home versus the buccaneers. as well as randy moss and the 49ers heading to minnesota. then in the afternoon, philly comes to arizona and falcons at san diego. coverage begins at noon eastern/9:00 pacific. there was really a battle in the town tonight, and kansas state comes out on top. this was only the second time in 32 games that kansas state has defeated an oklahoma team ranked in the top ten. the wildcats. as for us, another big time, big 12 game next week. texas versus oklahoma state. for eddie george, joey harrington, i'm erin andrews. enjoy the rest of your saturday night. >>> right now the score is 7-3 giants heading into the 7th. even if the giants could end up losing tonight, the magic number would remain at one. giants would clinch the national league west if they win. we will have an update for you tonight on the 10:00 news. matt keller, ktvu channel 2. >>> a worker at san francisco airport was killed today. he was driving a cafeteria vehicle on
pacific company of niru to have their claims processed rather than on shore here in australia. it is what the opposition wanted. opposition leader tony abbott didn't let the government get away without reminding them about the political back flip they have just done. >> any questions from the opposition? >> my question is to the prime minister. i thank the prime minister for financially adopting one element in the border protection policy, namely off-shore in niru. i ask when will she adopt the other parts of our policy? namely, turning back around, and protection visas that are also necessary if we are finally to stop the boats. >> the prime minister takes the call. >> thank you very much, deputy speaker, and to the leader of the opposition. the government has endorsed in principle the recommendations of this report. a report put together by three australians, a policy effort, by paris aristotle, an expert in refugee and asylum seekers. it is this that has guided the government. i want to take this opportunity to thank those pre-eminent australians for their work. now yesterday we saw pe
expanding its presence across the pacific. coming up what the pentagon is doing to counter china's growing military power. jamie: right now china's military build up is a cause for concern. china's navy growing by leaps and bounds as beijing flexes its muscles at sea. the pentagon is boosting the u.s. presence across the western pacific and we are keeping an eye on the story, we'll have more for you from adam housley now. he is live at the naval base in san diego. gosh, it's almost a whole naval down there. what is going on, adam? >> yeah, jaime. we are in san diego as you mentioned, a little bit of a transmission issue there, we are back here live in san diego. you talked about the fact that the u.s. is responding to china. for more than one hundred years since the great white fleet the u.s. has been the preeminent power in the pacific region. now china is trying to take that title. today they launched their first ever aircraft carrier, it's a repurchase pweurbd former soviet carrier who they said it was for the people of china u.s. intelligence felt otherwise and today it was true as the
farrell from district2, which includes the marina, pacific heights, st. cliff, and the neighborhoods surrounding the presidio. supervisor farrell started his first term this january, so he is new to the board. we will get to know him and talk about the toughest issues facing the city. welcome, supervisor. thank you for joining us. tell us about your background -- where you grew up, went to school, the kind of jobs you have worked. >> i am a born and raised san franciscan, first and foremost. very proud of that. i am also a born and raised district 2 residents. i grew up close to the palace of fine arts. my parents still live in the same set of flats i grew up in. i went to grammar school at stuart hall in district 2. i went to high school in st. ignatius. i'm a very proud wildcat. i went to college at loyola marymount college in los angeles. i had a scholarship to play baseball down there. ended up going to ireland and getting a master's degree at university college dublin. came back to the states and went to law school at the university of pennsylvania. spent three years in philadel
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